Rondal Partridge began helping his mother, Imogen Cunningham, in the darkroom at age five. At seventeen he became Dorothea Lange's apprentice, driving her up and down the back roads of California as she created her well-known images of the Great Depression and Mid-West migration in the 1930s.
In 1937 he became an apprentice to Ansel Adams.
Rondal absorbed all the knowledge his teachers could give him, yet he wears his lineage lightly. For nearly seventy years he has en a professional photographer, dedicating himself to his unique vision.
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